|Reviews for No Good Deed Goes Unpunished|
| abfirechick chapter 1 . 8/25/2012
Very cute! I do love the bonding moments between them!
| cheride chapter 1 . 12/6/2008
"He was no worrywart like some people he could name." I love that line!
The truth, though, is that I love just about everything in this story; it's the perfect follow-up to The Guy in Charge. And it makes perfect sense that the primary cause of McC's concern when HC came down with the bug would also be the fear he wouldn't be able to shake off when his own brain got feverish. It's a wonderful corollary, and a definite treat. Thanks for tackling the other side of the story.
| Jaz22 chapter 1 . 12/5/2008
Such a great follow up! Really, I'm glad you took this virus to it's forgone conclusion-of course Mark would have to get it, what with his luck. But the tie in to the Birthday present was very well done, and I love the moments of the judge's self realizations. The bits with the thermometer were wonderful-very true to character for each of them.
Beautifully done, once again!
| Georgi1961 chapter 1 . 12/5/2008
Oh, these stories just keep getting better and better. I always love the ones where our friends take care of each other-never a doubt! And, Hardcastle instinctively understands what's going on with Mark-even when he is too fevered to understand himself.
And I could so picture the tackle in the kitchen! Of course Milt could take him in a pinch...with those arms?
Yeah. No doubt!
THANKS for a great read to end a very long week!
| lwalkerritzcom.net chapter 1 . 12/5/2008
Great stuff, especially when they can be read back to back like this. Full of scenes and dialogue to be savored and even some humor - which is totally in character for these two even in sickbed scenarios. I loved the statement that Sarah's word is still law, and the old family quilt being brought out. Beautifully done, as we expect from you!
| JeanneZ84 chapter 1 . 12/5/2008
Well,I read The Guy In Charge and now I read this story.
I think the both of them were just wonderfully were very much in character with how Milt and Mark would be with one two mother hens.
I am so happy to get to read the sequel to The Guy In Charge.
They both took the best care of the other one in these two stories.
In each of these stories they both did great in letting the other one know who was in charge and that was how it was.
They did listen to each other very well in this.
| 302pilot chapter 1 . 12/5/2008
The perfect sequel. Thanks so much!